Apr 27, 2012

Onion Dosa / வெங்காயம் தோசை / Onion Podi Dosa / Crispy Crepes with Onions & Coriander Leaves

I always wanted to post Onion Dosa recipe in my blog. I know it is simple to make, but this is my favorite.. I eat it always..So how would i not post it in 'MY' blog..Onion dosa is pretty easy to make, but i add some extra special things like coriander leaves and idli podi in mine..I think it taste great that way..






The key to a good onion dosa is the bottom should be crispy but the top should be little bit soft..So you should cook the bottom layer a little longer than the top..I thought of posting it for the letter 'O' for the cooking with alphabets series..




I hope you will like it and tell me how it came out..I am sending this recipe to Blogging Marathan Day 5 with the theme 'Cooking with Alphabets'.


Makes : 1 Huge Dosa

Ingredients:

Dosa Batter - 1 cup( Makes one huge dosa) (Click here for batter recipe)
Idli podi - as needed ( You can buy in any super market)
Onion - 1 large finely chopped
Coriander leaves / Cilantro - 4 tblspn finely chopped
Oil- 3 tblspn

Method:

Heat a tawa on high heat.When it is hot. Take a cup of batter and spread it like dosa(Not so thinly, make it a little thicker)

Sprinkle it with lots of finely chopped onion, coriander leaves and idli podi and press it slightly…

Drizzle some oil all around the sides as well as middle…Let it cook till the botton crisp up.

Flip over carefully and cook only for a min. Drizzle more oil if needed.

Remove and serve hot.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Chop them finely
Take your Homemade dosa batter..Click here for recipe..
Heat your tawa...I got this big non stick tawa for my mother on mother's day..
Spread the dosa
drizzle some oil...This is a  huge dosai
sprinkle with onions and coriander leaves generously
This is optional..Take your idli podi (recipe soon)
and sprinkle some over the dosa
When the bottom is golden..Flip over and cook
Serve

25 comments:

  1. super flavourful dosa,loving it.

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  2. Very nice. I loved your dosa tawa.

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  3. this looks so delicious that i can almost smell it here. ur dosa has come out really great

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  4. your step by step photos always make everything look so easy!!

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  5. I love podi dosA and I love onion dosa This is a super combination of the two!

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  6. Lovely variation when you have extra batter lying in the refrigerator.

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  7. That looks like a restaurant style dosa.. Delicious.

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  8. yummmm and so crispy too..thanks for sharing.. so my sunday will start with this ..ahhhh

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  9. wow perfect to see this now...am feeling hungry

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  10. Even I do this the same way, looks very tempting..

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  11. My fav too.Looks tempting...

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  12. Won't the onions fall down when you flip it over. Sorry if I am being silly

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  13. @AnonymousNo it wont. It will stick to the dosa batter

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  14. Hi Arthi.. im ur big fan.. i love ur all recipies. Simple nd delecious. Thank u

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    1. Omg..... Excellect dosa... Gonna try this tmrw....

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    2. Omg..... Excellect dosa... Gonna try this tmrw....

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